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BEWARE OF APRIL RAIN Delta / Tysh as rec by Gracie Fields w Robert Farnon & his Orch 1949 A wise old gypsy at a country fair Told me, "Your love won't be in vain!", But I see clouds and so I say, "Beware of April rain!". And then I met my love one April night As raindrops sang a sad refrain, And I remember as he held me tight, "Beware of April rain!". Our dream went on, I found myself at heaven's door! Then he was gone And took my love for evermore! Now I'm alone with just a memory And in my heart the tears remain; That's what the gypsy meant when warning me, "Beware of April rain!". But I see clouds and so I say, "Beware of April rain!". And I remember as he held me tight, "Beware of April rain!". Our dream went on, I found myself at heaven's door! Then he was gone And took my love for evermore! Now I'm alone with just a memory And in my heart the tears remain; That's what the gypsy meant when warning me, "Beware of April rain!". (Transcribed by Peter Akers - January 2012)

    


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